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   Naidu rythu yatra creating problems to T-Congress

Telangana Congress leaders are now accusing the two Chittoor leaders - chief minister N Kiran Kumar Reddy and TDP president N Chandrababu Naidu - of conspiring to ensure that the latter's visit to Warangal district was a success. 

Even as TDP and TRS supporters Friday clashed all along the route Naidu took from Hyderabad to Warangal, a few T Congress MLAs, MPs and other leaders met at the residence of an MP. However, with Rajya Sabha elections coming up and the chief minister dangling the carrot of a cabinet berth, neither the MPs nor the MLAs wanted to go on record about Naidu's visit. Off the record though, they were very vocal. "The state government has created a favorable atmosphere for Naidu to take up his Telangana yatra. It has provided unprecedented police protection to the leader and has allowed him to go around with his own private army," said one MLA. 

Naidu's 'Rythu yatra' (march for farmers) ends the unspoken two-year ban, due to their anti-Telangana stance, against the entry of Seemandhra leaders in Telangana. 

The embargo began in December 2009 in the wake of violence in both regions which came in response to TRS president K Chandrasekhar Rao's indefinite fast and the withdrawal of Union home minister P Chidambaram's statement in favour of Telangana. Even YSR Congress leader YS Jaganmohan Reddy would not dare enter the region. 

Fri 06 Jan, 2012,11:15:33 PM
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